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You’ll need to be sure to read the Power of Attorney papers to ensure what powers he has been granted. There are different levels of signing power when you are dealing with Powers of Attoney. Assuming that the Power of Attoney papers allows the husband to sign for his wife you should be fine allowing him to sign or initial joint intent.